So much talent, so little time! For three nights only, audiences at Chelmsford High School’s Performing Arts Center were treated to a dazzling production of Phantom of the Opera
Monday, May 6, 2013
I had the extreme pleasure of viewing one of our town's treasure's last night -- the annual Chelmsford High School Spring musical.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Pictures from this year's event
Where you able to make it last weekend to What's Cookin' on the Common? If not, here's some pictures we got! If you did, that's great! You can share your pictures by clicking on the Upload Photos and Videos button.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The Chelmsford native was on hand along with refreshments for the unveiling of his display at the Adams Branch of the library.
In case you missed the opening don't worry, the works of Paul Pedulla will be on display throughout the month of April. More information on library events can be found here on Patch, as well as on the Chelmsford Library website.
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Enjoy the Brazilian sounds of Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto with the jazz trio O Pato! in the Cabaret Café. $10 at the door
Friday, March 29, 2013
Harrowing plane crashes, a true Bronx tale and more.
Nothing is as satisfying as reading a well-written, compelling true story. The genre reads like fiction — it has plot, character development, scene-setting, conflict — but it's all true. Sometimes the best stories are not the ones we make up, but the ones that make up our lives. Below, in no particular order, is a list of five of my favorite narrative nonfiction books — old and new. You just may have a hard time putting these titles down. 1. Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand At times, the tale of Olympic runner and World War II prisoner of war Louis Zamperini seems ripped from the set of an adventure or war movie. But Zamperini's tale of surviving an Army Air Forces plane crash in the Pacific, then years as a POW is intriguing and …
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Between healthier ingredients and the addition of a Yobite right within its store, Sal's Pizza is experimenting with changes that could reverberate throughout the chain.
What do you think of when you think of Sal’s Pizza? Hold that thought. Whatever you’re thinking is about to get a massive change, starting right here in Chelmsford. Over the past year, the company has been looking at ways to reinvent their brand, and that renewal has begun with a renovation of the Sal’s location on Chelmsford Street, a new look that may potential spread across all 36 stories in the chain. Although it’s unclear whether other stores in the chain will see all of the changes at the Chelmsford Street location, such as the addition of Yobite yogurt, new staff uniforms and new Italian menu items, the company believes that the change is necessary to remain competitive in an ever changing marketplace. “One of the key takeaways in…
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The new location will be situated at Drum Hill plaza between Moe's and Cost Cutters.
For anyone who’s gone to Drum Hill looking for a quick burger, but just isn’t into Burger King or McDonalds, we have some good news for you. If all goes according to schedule, a new Five Guys Burgers and Fries location will be coming this June to Drum Hill Plaza in between Moe’s and Cost Cutters, joining other nearby Five Guys in Nashua, Burlington and Westford. Instead of being a hindrance, the abundance of other restaurants nearby was a key factor in the location decision for Marc Magerman of Massachusetts Burger Enterprises LLC, the franchisees for Five Guys in Massachusetts. He notes that despite the occasional “Five Guys pilgrims” who will go to a location no matter where it is, more options generally lead to higher profits and …
Saturday, March 9, 2013
What's been going on foodwise in towns near Chelmsford?
Sunrise Bagels Moving to Wilmington Sunrise Bagels is planning to move to Wilmington in May. According to owner Larry Cutts, they are closing their North Reading location and will not be a bagel shop when they open in Wilmington. The new shop will be open at 355 Middlesex Ave. in Wilmington. The Wilmington Selectmen voted to approve a common victualer license for the restaurant last week. They plan to change the menu up a bit in the new location, especially the breakfast menu, Cutts said. Angelina's Italian Ristorante Granted Entertainment License Music, singing and maybe even a little dancing are returning to 1866 Main St. At its meeting on Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to grant an entertainment license to Angelina's …
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The Chelmsford Cultural Council (CCC) awarded $7040 in grants to 19 artists and organizations. The grants will provide students with enrichment programs; seniors with creative workshops; and the general public with several cultural activities.